December 17, 2010

IQ Baby Knock-Knock Blocks

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Babies first blocks are a milestone of sorts. It means your child has the motor development to create towers and knock them down and hold multiple objects in his hand. IQ Baby Knock-Knock Blocks are a great set to help your baby get started on these tasks. They are colorful, soft and have multiple textures to keep your baby interested. Some of them even have little bells or make little crinkly noises. You will love getting on the floor with your little one and bonding over these blocks.

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December 15, 2010

Barbie Fashion Fairytale Palace

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This is one of those gifts that looks great all put together and sitting under the Christmas tree. Of course, that usually means mommy and daddy will be up late on Christmas Eve making it happen. The smile on your little girl's face makes it all worth while. This Barbie Palace will help all your little girl's fashion dreams come true. Barbie and all her friends can arrive on the pink carpet through the draw bridge entrance. It also has a movable dance floor, elevator, vanity and a bed that transforms into a wardrobe. This Barbie Castle has so many fun features even mom will want to get in the act. It's okay to feel like a kid again.

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December 14, 2010

Lionel Polar Express Train Set

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The Polar Express is one of the most beloved Christmas books and movies of all time. The story of a young boy who struggles to believe in Santa is one we can all relate to. It can be so hard to let go of that magic. Now, you can keep that magic in your very own house with this Lionel Polar Express Train Set. The train has a working headlight and makes all the sounds the real Polar Express makes. It has a remote control to go forward and backward. This train set will keep the spirit of Christmas alive in your house for years to come.

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December 13, 2010

Skip Hop Treetop Friends Hug and Hide Owl Activity Toy

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This little toy has big possibilities for fun. It boasts over 10 developmental activities for a baby 3 months and above. This Hug and Hide Owl has two tuggable teethers and it even squeaks, rattles and crinkles. My favorite part of this toy is the way the big owl and the little owl hug each other. That's the most important lesson of all.

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December 7, 2010

Happy Lion Doll: Certified Organic Cotton: Fair Trade

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Not all toys need to have bright lights or make pretty music to entertain your baby. Sometimes, the simplest toy can make the most difference. When considering your holiday gifts this year, why not purchase at least one fair trade item? Fair trade products satisfy certain criteria on the supply chain of the goods involved. This usually includes fair payment for producers; often with other social and environmental considerations. This happy lion doll is great example. It provides the same comfort as a standard stuffed animal at the same price point. However, this lion is made with Certified Organic Cotton and is also manufactured at a plant where no child labor was used and the process was eco friendly. This is a gift that celebrates the true spirit of the holidays.

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December 6, 2010

Elmer's Fantastic Finger Paint Pack of 32, with Paper, Smock & Table Mat Included

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Winter time can be tough if you aren't prepared with plenty of indoor distractions for your little one. Playing in the snow is only fun for a little while and then everyone wants to go inside to warm up. It's a good idea to keep a few crafty toys on hand for when the cold keeps you trapped inside. With adult supervision, children of almost any age can enjoy finger painting. This Elmer's Fantastic Finger Paint Pack has 32 jars of paint, paper, a smock & a table mat included. You and your child will be having so much fun, you will be thinking, Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow.

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December 2, 2010

Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes

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Sometimes you get lucky and there's a little one on your list who really doesn't understand the whole concept of getting a big pile of expensive toys for the holidays. That's a perfect time to purchase a perfect, but simple toy like Take Along Tunes. The bright colors will keep your baby interested and the sounds of seven high quality classical melodies will teach your little one music appreciation. This gift will help create great memories, which you will appreciate when you hear the words, "Can I have a car this year?"

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November 29, 2010

Fisher-Price Sesame Street Silly Sounds Remote

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Where's the remote? It's become a common question in many households. If you have a toddler in your home, who knows where the remote could end up. Give your little one something else to hold, like this Fisher-Price Sesame Street Silly Sounds Remote. This one has over 35 silly sounds and fun phrases recorded and there is also a fast forward and rewind feature. Your child will giggle as Elmo's eyes that open & close. This toy gives your child a sense of control in their own world. Once your child falls in love with this toy, there will be no more asking, "How did that get recorded?"


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November 22, 2010

Soft Elemenosqueeze Alphabet Blocks

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It's the toy shopping time of year. Kids of all ages will need something to tear open. Sure, infants tend to be more interested in the brightly colored paper or the box, but eventually they will want to play with the gift inside. At such a young age, it is important that the toy is educational as well as fun. These alphabet blocks fit the bill perfectly. Your baby can learn the alphabet and learn about colors, while also developing motor skills as he plays. Another great feature of this toy is that it is soft. You will appreciate this feature most when your infant tosses the toy in your direction.

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November 15, 2010

Whacky Ball Hammer Toy

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This is the time of year for toys. Toys, toys, toys! If you have a toddler on your list, this might be the toy you are looking for. The clear walls make this ball maze exciting to watch. The ramps, ball drops, twisty tunnel, and exit chute will also keep your toddler intrigued. The hammer used to push the balls into the chute makes a squeek every time it hits a ball. Babies love a toy with a hammer. The trick is to keep the baby from using it on the dog too.

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